Irreplaceable (Harmony #2) by Angela Graham updated review


Irreplaceable (Harmony Book 2)



Synopsis:

It wasn’t his fault she lay broken and battered. He wasn’t responsible for the injuries covering her bruised body.

Her heart, however, told a different story. She endured the pain of its jagged edges as it shattered against her chest, ripping through the hope she once held. Her spirit was broken, and only one man was to blame for that.

Cassandra Clarke had known better than to trust her all to a man like Logan West. She’d thought he was different—a better man than he’d portrayed to others. A man worth risking it all for. 
But she was wrong, and would never make that mistake again.
What happens when you question everything you longed to believe—deny all emotions you still hold for a man unworthy of them?

Faced with Logan’s persistence, Cassandra must find the strength to keep her guard up or risk falling again for the one man her body feels…is irreplaceable.

Review:

I just finished re-reading Inevitable (which is free right now on Amazon) and Irreplaceable so I am read for Indestructible (only 4 more days until its release!!! You can pre-order here ). So I usually don't write updated reviews as I usually don't have anything new to say. Well this one I just felt like I needed to. While re-reading this book I was just like what was I smoking when I wrote my last review? This one was just as good as Inevitable! Cassandra and Logan are still hot! I still love them both! I thought back and I was pretty sick with in laws staying with us when I read it last time so that had to have been effecting my judgement. Yes, I will go with that. I just don't know what else it would be.

So this book starts off right where the last book ended. Logan messed up and he knows it. He let Natasha mess with his head and took it out on Cassandra. He knows he is in trouble, but he can't just let Cassandra go. He needs her, he loves her, he will do anything to win her back.

Cassandra is not so certain about Logan anymore. Even though he is saying and doing everything he can to win her back she doesn't trust him. She thinks it is still just a game to him no matter what he says or does. Really Cassandra was a bit ridiculous, but I can see it. She was really hurt by Logan and she doesn't want that to happen again. Only problem? She still wants him. It still hurts when she does manage to push him away. It still hurts when he leaves her, even though she asks him to.

The back and forth in this book was really great. The chemistry between them was still amazing. Logan is all kinds of messed up because of what he did and how he might lose Cassandra. He has never felt like this and never wanted this kind of relationship before so he doesn't always know what to do. He pushes sometimes when she just needs space, but he is really upset and trying to fix things. Cassandra does try to play him which was kind of hilarious (and should show he wants something more than to just sleep with her since he doesn't when he has the opportunity). Really in this book the roles are almost reversed. Logan wants the relationship, wants it all, where as Cassandra just wants one night with Logan. It was fun reading this story.

There is also a lot more Natasha in this book and man is she desperate. You just want to be like have some respect for yourself lady! He obviously doesn't want you so stop throwing yourself at him. There is something going on with her and I can't wait to see what it is! I hope it is something bad, something that will get her (but no one else) in lots of trouble. She is a great villain of the story. I mean she left her adorable kid for years and now is suddenly back wanting Logan and Oliver and her to be a family? Yeah so not happening. Even without Cassandra there is no way Logan would forgive her for leaving their son. Alright on to book 3!

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

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